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Celebrities who are scary in real life because of characters they portrayed on TV

Pete edochie

The Nollywood actor is considered one of Africa’s most talented actors, being honored with an industry merit award by Africa Magic and Lifetime Achievement by Africa Film Academy. He got more popular in the 80s after he played the role of Okonkwo in an NTA adaptation of Chinua Achebe's novel Things Fall Apart. Pete has also acted in various scary movies like Billionaire's club, Brave men of darkness where he plays as an evil man using black magic


Zakhele Msibi

The actor made a name for himself on television after portraying the role of Sunday Nkabinde on Isibaya. Although many might have dislike his role as the evil witch doctor, some have come to appreciate the actor's talent. When you think of Zakhele, we're sure the last thing you might see him as is a loving husband and father because of the type of character he portrayed but in real life he is. He also sings and a school transport driver.


Patience Ozokwor

Patience is a Nigerian musician, fashion designer, gospel singer and actress. She started acting in the late 90s and has won several awards in her career. Patience is known for her wicked roles she plays on Nollywood movies like OH my son, My mother's wicked soul and many more. She always nail these characters, so it has led to people thinking she is like that in real life but she is the total opposite. She is a loving mom and grandmother.


Bolo Yeung

The Hong Kong body builder featured in Van Damme movie Double impact where he was portrayed as a scary boxing fighter who could not be defeated.


Peter Mensah

The Ghanaian-British actor is best known for his role in the film Tears of the sun where he played as an evil rebel who killed innocent people. He has also been featured on Gladiators, Scorpion King, Snake eyes and etc.


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